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Healthy Benefits of Ceviche – Indulge in this Tasty Peruvian Dish

Published September 30th, 2019 by Amandaf

Ceviche doesn't just taste good, it looks good, and is super good for you. Whether you are on the latest diet craze or just incorporating new foods into a healthy lifestyle, ceviche is an inherently healthful dish prepared without the inclusion of processed foods. Supported by health and nutrition experts, ceviche's citrus spiciness lies a range of weight-control and anti-heart disease properties, including antioxidants, omega-3 and omega-6, vitamins, and collagen. If you are looking for more ways to incorporate new foods into your healthily lifestyle, eat ceviche!  Let's take a deeper dive into what's in ceviche to explore the health benefits.


What is in ceviche?   Ceviche includes raw, uncooked fish as a base element, a great source of protein and poly-unsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6). It has a minimal glycemic load (suitable for a diabetic diet), and even though some fishes have high omega-3 levels like mackerel, salmon, Peruvian anchovy, or tuna, they are proven to help lower cholesterol levels, control blood pressure, and improve overall heart function. Raw fish is also rich in minerals like zinc, selenium, phosphorus, iodine, potassium, and vitamins A, D, E and K.


But fish isn't the only nutrient-rich ingredient in ceviche. Typical marinades and tossed-in ingredients include fresh limes, avocado, ginger, aji pepper, garlic, clove, chili, corn, onions, and sweet or blue potatoes. Limes —which add the sour element, are high in vitamin C, a natural antioxidant with an essential role in producing more collagen for healthier skin and tissue healing. Garlic, pepper, and onions are natural antibiotics with antiseptic properties that clean and protect airways, as well as alleviate common cold symptoms. Sweet potatoes are rich in fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, manganese, and beta-carotene – for a good vision. Corn and ginger are both good for digestion and weight control.


It should be noted that raw fish can carry certain bacteria’s, therefore experts warns people who have a compromised immune system, are pregnant, or allergic to fish to refrain from eating ceviche. 


All of our recipes are scratch-made with the utmost attention to quality.  From our tangy sauces to fresh-cut veggies, we take great care and pride in preparing every dish at SuViche. And if taste wasn't enough, we offer plenty of light and naturally healthy ceviche dishes to complement your healthy lifestyle. Check out our under 500 calorie menu to help keep you on track.

Suviche Doral now open

Published May 14th, 2019 by Amandaf

SuViche, the award-winning Japanese and Peruvian restaurant concept, has announced the opening of its latest location in South Florida at CityPlace Doral.


Published December 17th, 2018 by Amandaf

SuViche’s Features Menu introduces seven new dishes, all inspired by the restaurant’s Japanese-Peruvian roots. Starting with the new Ceviche Verde, an incredibly refreshing dish made with jalapeño-cucumber infused SuViche Peruvian sauce, avocado, onions and canchita.

Peruvian Independence Day

Published July 20th, 2018 by Sstahl

¡Viva Peru! Celebrate Peru’s Independence with BOGO Pisco Sours, a Peruvian Specialty Dish and more at SuViche

Even though we take pride in our ability to seamlessly blend Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, we consider our Peruvian roots to be the essence of who we are. 

That’s why we’re going all-in to celebrate Peruvian Independence Day on Saturday, July 28, with some promotions starting on Monday, July 23, leading off weeklong festivities. 

So hop on your llama, raise your Pisco Sour glass in the air and bellow a hearty ¡Viva Peru! for Peruvian Independence! 

If that’s not exactly your style, then here are some of the other (more tame) ways you can celebrate at SuViche:

Our Top 5 Healthy Dishes Under 500 Calories

Published January 4th, 2018 by Sstahl

Happy 2018! If your New Year’s resolution is to be a healthier, better, fitter version of yourself then – congratulations….you’re just one among a mind-blowing number of others who chose the same goal (womp, womp.) Still, we commend you (and the others) for this noble ambition and we sincerely hope you succeed!

We understand that sticking to the “New Year, New You” proposition isn’t always as easy. Once the free introductory gym membership expires, the 20-minute wait for the stair stepper with the good view gets old, and making every meal from scratch becomes too daunting, keeping this promise to yourself can be especially tough. 

But that’s where we come in. What makes YOU different from the millions of others is access to the healthy eating gurus of SuViche who are here to save the day! 

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